CoolSculpting Now Treating Double Chins


ZELTIQ®, the creators of the popular cryolipolisis treatment, CoolSculpting®, have received a new FDA clearance for the fat reduction device to treat DOUBLE CHINS!

Announced just this week, CoolSculpting’s® new CoolMini Applicator is designed to treat smaller pockets of fat volume such as the area commonly referred to as the Double Chin.  The CoolMini has shown similar results as the additional hand pieces used in treating other areas of the body, with patients seeing results as early as 3 weeks with optimal results seen 1-3 months post-treatment.  During trial and testing of the new device, over 500 CoolMini treatments have been performed with desired results after just 1-2 treatments.

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Submental fat, aka the double chin, is known to be resistant to diet or exercise regimen and is often the result of lifestyle factors and genetics.  Until recently the only treatment options involved surgery or liposuction, both invasive with greater downtime.  With CoolSculpting’s® new CoolMini Applicator, you can now treat this stubborn area on your lunch hour and return to work for the afternoon.  It’s that simple – one hour of your time and you’re on the way to kicking your double chin to the curb!

If you’re ready to learn how the CoolMini can help you love every view of you, contact our office to schedule your Complimentary CoolSculpting® Consultation!

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Dermatology and Laser Center of Charleston is a full service medical, research and cosmetic dermatology practice located in Charleston, South Carolina. Dedicated to providing a warm, friendly and compassionate environment while offering customized care to each patient, appointments are available by calling 843-556-8886 or via email.

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